LIVERPOOL YOUNGSTERS GET CREATIVE
A group of children supported by NCH, the children’s charity recently took part in a graffiti arts workshop to learn how to use their creative skills in a positive way and challenge stereotypes.
The group from the NCH Liverpool Runways Project and NCH Liverpool Family Intervention Project took part in the two day workshops run by Zap Graffiti Arts, a local organisation which promotes graffiti as a positive art form with schools, youth and community based organisations across the UK.
A professional tutor showed the group of young people aged between 8 and 13 years old how art can be used as a form of expression and created their own pieces of work.
NCH Liverpool Young Runaways Project, supports young people who go missing or run away from home or care within the Liverpool area and the NCH Liverpool Family Intervention Project (FIP), works with families at risk of eviction and homelessness as a result of anti-social behaviour.
For more information on NCH, visit www.nch.org.uk